New Baby Plan

By Bre, The (Expectant) Toddler Mom As I write this post, I’m 13 weeks into my second pregnancy, and while I’m super excited about having a new little one join our family, I’m also working on a plan for making sure that my son doesn’t feel like his Mama’s abandoned him for another baby. From … Continue reading New Baby Plan

T is for Toddler – and Tantrums Too

By Kim, The New (Toddler) Mom It’s official. My baby isn’t a baby anymore (teardrop). I mean, he is MY baby, and will be forever – but as we got closer and closer to his first birthday I started to observe some real changes. Slowly but surely, the tantrums and meltdowns were starting up. I … Continue reading T is for Toddler – and Tantrums Too

Teaching Multicultural Kids to Embrace Their Unique Identities

By Iggy and Yve, Guest Contributors When we met while pursuing our Sustainable Development: International Policy and Management Master’s degrees in Washington D.C., there was an instant connection. We were separated for two months right after, but there was something there that was worth fighting for. Four years together and two kids later is proof … Continue reading Teaching Multicultural Kids to Embrace Their Unique Identities

Life With Irish Twins

By Caroline Williams, Guest Contributor Growing up I used to say that I wanted to have three kids and that two of them would be twins.  I thought it would actually be a possibility, because my grandmother had twins. So the gene is there, right?  It’s funny how things happen when you try to live … Continue reading Life With Irish Twins

Postpartum Depression Explained

A note from the Editor: For the remainder of the week, we will be featuring blog posts from guest contributors to The Mommicles.  We are so excited to have additional perspectives and insights into parenthood brought to us by our Mommicles Community.  After this week, The Mommicles will be on a two week holiday break.  … Continue reading Postpartum Depression Explained